Italy’s largest commercial broadcaster, Mediaset, is using Accenture Video Solution 4.0 to distribute its Infinity service to Chromecast users
Harmonic’s free webinar, which took place last month, is now available on NewBay Connect. The presentation, ‘IT Infrastructure and Virtualization Applied to Video Applications’, by Ian Trow, senior director of emerging technology and strategy at Harmonic, can be downloaded here.
Video and visual technologies are becoming increasingly important for interacting with customers and each other, according to information technology research and advisory company Gartner.
African pay-TV provider MultiChoice has selected Clearleap to help it to deal with the rapidly increasing amount of content it needs to process.
The Broadband Forum, a global association of broadband service providers and technology vendors, has announced support for the new ITU-T ultra broadband access standard, G.fast, as a new way to deliver bandwidth intensive consumer applications such as 4K Ultra High Definition TV (4K UHD) and cloud-based consumer applications.
Austrian radio broadcaster KroneHit has deployed bitmovin’s cloud-based encoding platform bitcodin, in combination with the company’s bitdash MPEG DASH players to live stream a studio video feed of KroneHit’s 40 hour marathon fundraising event to support the Child’s Dream Foundation (Stiftung Kindertraum)
Televisión Canaria, the broadcasting authority for Spain’s Canary Islands, has migrated its entire archive from LTO tape to an ALTO all-disk storage system from Disk Archive Corporation (DAC).
Working with production manager Sarah Chaloner and designer Jonathan Paul Green, XL Video supplied a projection system for studio recordings of Series L of the QI Ltd/TalkBack Television show, QI.
TopVision has successfully accomplished the 4K live production and transmission of a Linkin Park concert in Berlin using production technology from Sony
Irish production company Screentime ShinAwiL is using Forbidden Technologies’ Forscene during post production on the fourth series of the reality singing competition The Voice of Ireland.
ITV Studios Norway, part of ITV Studios Nordic, has selected Avid Everywhere with the hope of streamlining its media production and management, and facilitating remote collaboration across its facilities in Norway, Sweden and Finland.
Ofcom has appointed Sharon White as its new chief executive. She will leave her current position as second permanent secretary at HM Treasury, and join Ofcom in late March 2015
Gene Hoffman, chairman and CEO of Vindicia, talks to TVBEurope about the predicted growth of VoD services, the power of Netflix, and the future of premium OTT in Europe.
Members attending the EBU 73rd General Assembly in Geneva elected the remaining nine members of the EBU Executive Board which will lead the European broadcasting community for the next two years.
Orban’s white paper can be found on NewBay Connect, the digital resource which also features analyst reports, case studies, briefings, tutorials and more.
The UK’s largest broadcast hire company, Procam, has acquired Leicester-based lens service and manufacturing facility True Lens Services.
Piksel has helped to design and implement the solution behind the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Digital Network. In partnership with VISTA Worldlink, Piksel has deployed its Digital Stadium solution to deliver the WAC’s live and archived sports coverage to fans across the world using online video.
That’s Solent, the new local TV channel for the south coast, went live with aQ Broadcast’s QNews newsroom system.
The BBC could give up its right to exclusively broadcast the Wimbledon championship and instead share coverage of the event with BT
Scrub, a division of HHB, has supplied London’s Silverglade post production with a 16-fader Avid S6 M10 control surface for its 5.1-equipped audio dubbing studio.